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On Nov 14, 2007 4:46 PM, Jeremy Malczyk <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Gawd, that's a dream job. Hang out in a mountain hut and drink everyone's leftover reeb. Maybe
> take a run here and there, and live a world apart from the internets. One of you new grads should
> drop what you're doing and jump on this one.
>
> Jerm
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> --- Marc Chrusch <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> > This was posted in the ice climbing section of gunks.com. Best luck
> > to anyone that applies!
> > -marc
> >
> >
> > The Harvard Mountaineering Club is looking for a caretaker for this
> > winter season on Mt. Washington. The cabin is located at the base of
> > Huntington Ravine, which is home to some of the best ice climbing in
> > New England. Time is rapidly approaching and we still have had zero
> > applicants. If you could please pass the following information onto
> > your contacts in the guiding community we would be very appreciative.
> > Thank you very much.
> >
> > Sincerely,
> >
> > Kevin Jones
> > President
> > Harvard Mountaineering Club
> >
> > The Harvard Mountaineering Club is looking for a caretaker for this
> > winter season (Dec. 1 to April 1). The cabin is located just below
> > Huntington ravine on Mt. Washington. Pay is $45/day. The job includes:
> >
> > * Collecting User Fees
> > * Managing the Cabin
> > * Posting Daily Avalanche and Weather Data provided by the USFS and AMC
> > * Carrying a radio at all times so that you can assist USFS
> > * Maintaining communication with the Harvard Mountaineering Club
> > * Must be able to work independently but also collaborate with the AMC and USFS
> >
> > Currently we are looking for a full-time caretaker who is able to
> > commit to the whole season. However in the past we have been able to
> > break the season up into months in the case that one caretaker is not
> > available for the whole winter season. We are also looking for people
> > who are interested in doing fill-in caretaker work, so that the
> > full-time caretaker can take some time off during the season.
> >
> > To apply for the 2007-2008 season please send a brief letter or email
> > describing related outdoor experience, first aid training, any chain
> > saw experience and climbing experience to HMC Cabin Liaison Leah Boch
> > at [log in to unmask] Please include your contact information
> > (phone, email, permanent address) and dates available for the position.
> >
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